|Note pour servir à l'histoire de la fluxion - Clermont,Sieur de|
Keywords: Body fluids
|The fluids of the body - Starling, Ernest Henry, 1866-1927|
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Keywords: Body fluids
|The Herter lectures (New York, 1908) on the fluids of the body - Starling, Ernest Henry, 1866-1927|
Keywords: Body Fluids
|Hygrologie, ou, Exposé chimico-physiologique des humeurs contenues dans le corps humain - Plenck, Joseph Jacob, Ritter von, 1738-1807|
Keywords: Body fluids; Physiology; Body Fluids; Physiology
|The fluids of the body - Starling, Ernest Henry, 1866-1927|
Keywords: Body fluids; Secretion
|Traité des vapeurs : où leur origine, leurs effets, et leurs remedes sont mécaniquement expliquez - Lange, fl. 1689|
Title vignette; head and tail pieces; initials
Keywords: Hypochondria; Body fluids; Hypochondriasis
|Die Beteiligung der humoralen Lebensvorgänge des menschlichen Organismus am epileptischen Anfall - Crinis, Max de|
Keywords: Epilepsy; Body fluids
|A laboratory guide in practical bacteriology [microform] : with an outline for the clinical examination of the urine, blood and gastric contents - Connell, W. T. (Walter Thomas), b. 1873|
Filmed from a copy of the original publication held by the Douglas Library, Queen's University
Keywords: Bacteriology; Body fluids; Bactériologie; Liquides organiques
|On the electrons in the composition of primary cosmic rays - Ginzburg, V. L., et al|
No Abstract Available
Keywords: BODY FLUIDS; RABBITS; TOXICITY; URINALYSIS; BLOOD; WATER
|Studies in puncture-fluids [microform] : a contribution to clinical pathology : being a thesis approved for the degree of doctor of Medicine in the University of London - Gruner, Oskar Cameron, 1877-1972|
Keywords: Body fluids; Pathology; Liquides organiques; Pathologie
|Researches on the chemistry of food, and the motion of the juices in the animal body - Liebig, Justus, Freiherr von, 1803-1873|
Includes bibliographical references
Keywords: Biological transport; Body fluids; Food -- Composition
|The chemical investigation of gastric and intestinal diseases by the aid of test meals - Harley, Vaughan|
Includes bibliographical references and index
Keywords: Gastrointestinal Diseases; Gastrointestinal system -- Diseases; Body fluids -- Examination; Body fluids -- Analysis
|Researches on the motion of the juices in the animal body - Liebig, Justus, Freiherr von, 1803-1873|
Keywords: Osmosis; Body fluids; Plants, Motion of fluids in
|Color changes of animals in relation to nervous activity - Parker, George Howard, 1864-1955|
"References": p. 66-71
Keywords: Fishes -- Color; Chromatophores; Body fluids; Nervous system -- Fishes
|Researches on the chemistry of food - Liebig, Justus, Freiherr von, 1803-1873|
Keywords: Food -- Analysis; Osmosis; Body fluids; Food -- Composition; Biological transport
|Physiological essays : containing, I. an inquiry into the causes which promote the circulation of the fluids in the very small vessels of animals : II. observations on the sensibility and irritability of the parts of men and other animals; occasioned by Dr. Haller's late treatise on these subjects - Whytt, Robert, 1714-1766|
Keywords: Haller, Albrecht von, 1708-1777; Blood; Body fluids; Lymphatics; Senses and sensation; Irritability; Blood Circulation; Body Fluids; Lymphatic System; Sensation
|Laser industrial partnership program - Sharp, Michael|
In conjunction with the Space Application Industrial Laser System (SAILS) program, CSTAR has developed a terrestrial program for transfer of laser materials processing technology to U.S. industry. This program, called the Laser Industrial Partnership Program (LIPP), combines state-of-the-art laser laboratory facilities, a multi-disciplinary group of scientist/engineers, and the technology acquired through the SAILS program to assist in application of lasers to manufacturing...
Keywords: AEROSPACE MEDICINE; BEVERAGES; CITRATES; HOMEOSTASIS; HYDRATION; SODIUM CHLORIDES; BODY FLUIDS; WATER BALANCE
|WHAT EFFECT DOES THE WARNING OF REACTIONS HAVE ON THE REACTION TIME - AMELANG, M.|
COMPLEX REACTION TIME EXPERIMENTS WERE DONE WITH INFORMATION SIGNALS INDICATING WHICH REACTION WOULD BE REQUIRED IN CHOICE EXPERIMENTS. REACTION TIMES DECREASED WITH INCREASING INTERVAL BETWEEN INFORMATION AND STARTING SIGNALS, BUT WERE NEVER SHORTER THAN REACTION TIMES IN SIMPLE REACTION TIME EXPERIMENTS. LONGER EXPOSURE OF THE INFORMATION SIGNAL GAVE LONGER REACTION TIME. IN OTHER EXPERIMENTS IN WHICH INTERRUPTION SIGNALS WERE GIVEN SIMULTANEOUSLY WITH THE START SIGNALS, REACTION TIMES WERE SH...
Keywords: CEREBROSPINAL FLUID; SURGERY; CLINICAL MEDICINE; HYPOTENSION; INTRACRANIAL PRESSURE; ANATOMY; BODY FLUIDS; HEMORRHAGES; HUMAN PATHOLOGY; NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
|Asymmetry Effects in Numerical Simulation of Supersonic Flows with Upstream Separated Regions - Rodriguez, C. G|
The present paper studies the numerical simulation of flows with shock/boundary-layer upstream interaction, under conditions of symmetry in geometry, boundary conditions, and grid. For this purpose, a series of two- and three-dimensional numerical test-cases were carried out. The tests showed that standard numerical schemes, which appear to be symmetry-preserving under most flow configurations, produce nonsymmetric perturbations when large separated regions are present...
Keywords: BODY FLUIDS; MALES; COMPARTMENTS; HEMODYNAMIC RESPONSES; HEMODYNAMICS; HYPOKINESIA; PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES; CALVES; THIGH; TORSO
|NASA KSNN - Space Flight Physical Changes - NASA; Langley Research Center|
NASA Kids Science News segment explaining how astronauts' bodies change in space.
Keywords: NASA; KSNN; Astronauts; Physical Changes; Body Fluids; Bones; Spine; Grow; Exercise; Heart; Muscles; Body
|Analysis of Cumulus Solar Irradiance Reflectance (CSIR) Events - Laird, John L.|
Clouds are extremely important with regard to the transfer of solar radiation at the earth's surface. This study investigates Cumulus Solar Irradiance Reflection (CSIR) using ground-based pyranometers. CSIR events are short-term increases in solar radiation observed at the surface as a result of reflection off the sides of convective clouds. When sun-cloud observer geometry is favorable, these occurrences produce characteristic spikes in the pyranometer traces and solar irradiance values may exc...
Keywords: BALLOONS; BLOOD VESSELS; BIFURCATION (BIOLOGY); ELECTROLYTE METABOLISM; RATS; LESIONS; VASOCONSTRICTION; VEINS; DRINKING; BODY FLUIDS; WATER; ADRENERGICS
|NASA KSNN - Space Flight Physical Changes - NASA LaRC Office of Education|
NASA Kids Science News segment explaining how astronauts' bodies change in space.
Keywords: NASA Kids Science News; Astronauts; Physical Changes; Body Fluids; Bones; Spine; Grow; Exercise; Heart; Muscles; Body
|Dissertatio de puogenia, sive mediis quibus natura utitur in creando pure; publice defensa, cum summos in medicina honores in Academia Groningo-Omlandica consequeretur - Brugmans, Sebald Justinus, 1763-1819|
Contains 1 Foldout
Keywords: Body fluids--Early works to 1800; Suppuration--Early works to 1800
|The flammability of electronic components in spacecraft environments Final report, 15 Mar. - 15 Oct. 1968 - Atallah, S.|
Mathematical model for combustion at zero gravity in spacecraft environments
Keywords: BLOOD CIRCULATION; WATER BALANCE; DIURESIS; EDEMA; LUNG MORPHOLOGY; PRESSURE MEASUREMENT; BODY FLUIDS; HUMAN PATHOLOGY; METABOLIC WASTES; URINE
|Redox Energy and Sulfur Chemistry in Prebiotic Polymer Synthesis and Replication - Weber, Arthur L|
In the past year we have made significant progress in three research areas: (1) Most importantly, we discovered a new pathway of prebiotic amino acid synthesis in which formaldehyde and glycolaldehyde (substrates of the formose reaction) react with ammonia yielding alanine and homoserine in the presence of thiol catalysts. This thiol-dependent synthesis of amino acids undoubtedly occurs via amino acid thioester intermediates capable of forming peptides...
Keywords: PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES; SCHEDULES; ORGANISMS; FREQUENCIES; ADAPTATION; RODENTS; BODY TEMPERATURE; FOOD INTAKE; WATER CONSUMPTION; TELEMETRY; CENTRIFUGING; BODY FLUIDS; STEADY STATE
|OSCILLATION THEOREMS FOR CANONICAL SYSTEMS OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS - LIDSKIY, V. B|
THE WELL KNOWN STURM-LIOUVILLE THEORY IS DISCUSSED, ALONG WITH SIMILAR FACTS FOR THE CASE OF A CANONICAL SYSTEM OF AN ARBITRARY NUMBER OF EQUATIONS.
Keywords: BLOOD; PRESERVATIVES; TEMPERATURE CONTROL; CHEMICAL ANALYSIS; HUMAN BODY; MATERIALS HANDLING; SERUMS; STABILIZATION; BODY FLUIDS; CLINICAL MEDICINE; PHYSIOLOGICAL TESTS
|STATISTICAL THEORY OF INHOMOGENEOUS TURBULENCE, PART 1 - ROTTA, J|
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS FOR THE STATISTICAL CORRELATION BETWEEN TWO COMPONENTS OF VELOCITY VARIATIONS ARE DERIVED FROM THE NAVIER-STOKES EQUATIONS OF MOTION AND THE EFFECT OF THE TERMS APPEARING IN THE EQUATIONS DISCUSSED. OF SPECIAL SIGNIFICANCE HERE ARE THE CORRELATIONS BETWEEN PRESSURE VARIATIONS AND THE VARIATIONS OF THE VELOCITY DERIVATIONS, THE PURPOSE OF WHICH IS TO DISTRIBUTE THE VARIATIONS OF VELOCITY UNIFORMLY IN ALL DIRECTIONS...
Keywords: ELECTROLYTE METABOLISM; HEAT TOLERANCE; HUMAN BODY; WATER BALANCE; BODY FLUIDS; HIGH TEMPERATURE ENVIRONMENTS; PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS; REGULATORY MECHANISMS (BIOLOGY); THERMOREGULATION
|On Greenstadt's binary index criterion - Northrop, T. G.|
The Greenstadt-type criterion for distinguishing between laminar and pulsating (i.e., irregular) bow shock crossings can be expressed as a critical angle between the shock normal and the magnetic field. When the field is more tangent to the shock plane than this critical angle, the shock is laminar. More importantly, the requirement of Galilean invariance of the physics underlying such a criterion reveals that the Greenstadt p index must vary inversely as the solar wind velcoity.
Keywords: BLOOD PLASMA; PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS; WATER BALANCE; ETHYL ALCOHOL; HUMAN BODY; OSMOSIS; BODY FLUIDS; CLINICAL MEDICINE; DIURESIS; HORMONES; INTOXICATION
|Application of radar for automotive collision avoidance. Volume 1: Technical report - NON|
The purpose of this project was research and development of an automobile collision avoidance radar system. The major finding was that the application of radar to the automobile collision avoidance problem deserves continued research even though the specific approach investigated in this effort did not perform adequately in its angle measurement capability. Additional findings were that: (1) preliminary performance requirements of a candidate radar system are not unreasonable; (2) the number and...
Keywords: BODY FLUIDS; IMMUNOLOGY; MICROBIOLOGY; RADIOBIOLOGY; ENDOCRINOLOGY; EXOBIOLOGY; GASTROINTESTINAL SYSTEM; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; NEUROPHYSIOLOGY; U.S.S.R; HEMATOLOGY; HUMAN PERFORMANCE
|Satellite Analyses of Cirrus Cloud Properties During the FIRE Phase 2 Cirrus Intensive Field Observations over Kansas - Minnis, Patrick|
The First ISCCP (International Satellite Cloud Climatology Project) Regional Experiment (FIRE) Phase II Intensive Field Observations (IFO) were taken over southeastern Kansas between November 13 and December 7,1991, to determine cirrus cloud properties. The observations include in situ microphysical data; surface, aircraft, and satellite remote sensing; and measurements of divergence over meso- and smaller-scale areas using wind profilers...
Keywords: AEROSPACE MEDICINE; BODY FLUIDS; FLIGHT SIMULATION; HEAD DOWN TILT; HYDRATION; MOISTURE CONTENT; VISUAL OBSERVATION; SWELLING; WATER BALANCE; PROTEINS; MICROGRAVITY; MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM; BED REST; DAMAGE; ATROPHY; BALANCE; BLOOD VESSELS
|NASA Connect - ISS - Research On the ISS - NASA LaRC Office of Education|
NASA Connect segment explaining the research being conducted on the ISS and how the microgravity environment affects astronauts in space.
Keywords: NASA Connect; International Space Station; Time; Space; Bone Loss; Microgravity; Zero-G; Research Environment; Body Fluids; Blood Stream; One-G; Means; Median; Standard Deviation
|Analysis and interpretation of X-ray pulsars - Boynton, Paul E.|
By careful measurements of the fluctuations in pulsar pulse periods on time scales of days and longer, researchers determined that these fluctuations are caused by changes in the rotation rate of the stellar crust apparently arising from matter accretion. The study of these fluctuations is a particularly promising way to determine the properties of accreting pulsars, because stellar rotation is relatively simple in comparison to much other X-ray source physics and can be investigated in detail...
Keywords: LIFE SCIENCES; PHARMACOLOGY; SPACE COMMERCIALIZATION; VESTIBULAR TESTS; VISION; RESEARCH MANAGEMENT; SPACE SHUTTLE PAYLOADS; BIOCHEMISTRY; BIOMEDICAL DATA; BODY FLUIDS; CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM; MICROBIOLOGY; MOTION SICKNESS
|AFTI/F-111 MAW flight control system and redundancy management description - Larson, Richard R|
The wing on the NASA F-111 transonic aircraft technology (TACT) airplane was modified to provide flexible leading and trailing edge flaps; this modified wing is known as the mission adaptive wing (MAW). A dual digital primary fly-by-wire flight control system was developed with analog backup reversion for redundancy. This report discusses the functions, design, and redundancy management of the flight control system for these flaps.
Keywords: AEROSPACE MEDICINE; GENETICS; HEMATOLOGY; IMMUNOLOGY; METABOLISM; RHYTHM (BIOLOGY); SPACE FLIGHT; EXOBIOLOGY; LIFE SCIENCES; SPACE MISSIONS; U.S.S.R; BODY FLUIDS; ENDOCRINOLOGY; ENZYMOLOGY; FLIGHT SIMULATION
|Rotational apparent mass by electrical analogy - Andrew, G. M.|
Electrical analogy technique for determining rotational apparent masses of body in two- dimensional fluid flow
Keywords: ANALOGIES; RESISTANCE DEVICE; ROTARY STABILITY; TWO-DIMENSIONAL FLOW; BODY FLUIDS; ELECTRICAL RESISTANCE; FLUID FLOW; MASS; ROTARY STABILITY; TWO DIMENSIONAL FLOW; ELECTRIC RESISTANCE; MASS
|Learning from Automation Surprises and ''Going Sour'' Accidents: Progress on Human-Centered Automation - Woods, David D.|
Advances in technology and new levels of automation on commercial jet transports has had many effects. There have been positive effects from both an economic and a safety point of view. The technology changes on the flight deck also have had reverberating effects on many other aspects of the aviation system and different aspects of human performance. Operational experience, research investigations, incidents, and occasionally accidents have shown that new and sometimes surprising problems have a...
Keywords: RATS; HEART FUNCTION; EXPOSURE; ELEVATION; DECONDITIONING; CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM; BODY FLUIDS; HEAD DOWN TILT; MICROGRAVITY; SYSTOLIC PRESSURE; PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES; HYPOKINESIA; HEART RATE
|Conventionally cast and forged copper alloy for high-heat-flux thrust chambers - Kazaroff, John M.|
The combustion chamber liner of the space shuttle main engine is made of NARloy-Z, a copper-silver-zirconium alloy. This alloy was produced by vacuum melting and vacuum centrifugal casting; a production method that is currently now available. Using conventional melting, casting, and forging methods, NASA has produced an alloy of the same composition called NASA-Z. This report compares the composition, microstructure, tensile properties, low-cycle fatigue life, and hot-firing life of these two ma...
Keywords: BED REST; PHYSICAL EXERCISE; SPACE FLIGHT; TOLERANCES (PHYSIOLOGY); FEMALES; MENSTRUATION; PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS; WEIGHTLESSNESS SIMULATION; BLOOD PLASMA; BLOOD VOLUME; BODY FLUIDS; FLIGHT STRESS
|Accelerometer Data Analysis and Presentation Techniques - Rogers, Melissa J. B.|
The NASA Lewis Research Center's Principal Investigator Microgravity Services project analyzes Orbital Acceleration Research Experiment and Space Acceleration Measurement System data for principal investigators of microgravity experiments. Principal investigators need a thorough understanding of data analysis techniques so that they can request appropriate analyses to best interpret accelerometer data...
Keywords: CENTRIFUGING; STEADY STATE; PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES; ORGANISMS; FREQUENCIES; EXPOSURE; ANGULAR VELOCITY; ADAPTATION; CENTRIFUGES; RATS; DIAMETERS; BODY TEMPERATURE; BODY FLUIDS; FOOD INTAKE; WATER CONSUMPTION; TELEMETRY
|Performance Assessment of Two GPS Receivers on Space Shuttle - Schroeder, Christine A.|
Space Shuttle STS-69 was launched on September 7, 1995, carrying the Wake Shield Facility (WSF-02) among its payloads. The mission included two GPS receivers: a Collins 3M receiver onboard the Endeavour and an Osborne flight TurboRogue, known as the TurboStar, onboard the WSF-02. Two of the WSF-02 GPS Experiment objectives were to: (1) assess the ability to use GPS in a relative satellite positioning mode using the receivers on Endeavour and WSF-02; and (2) assess the performance of the receiver...
Keywords: MEMBRANES; GLUCOSE; MUSCLES; METABOLISM; TISSUES (BIOLOGY); LACTATES; ON-LINE SYSTEMS; PROBES; MICROGRAVITY; AEROSPACE MEDICINE; PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS; RODENTS; SAMPLING; BODY FLUIDS; ELECTROLYTES
|Nonlinear Optical Properties of Organic and Polymeric Thin Film Materials of Potential for Microgravity Processing Studies - Abdeldayem, Hossin|
In this paper, we will take a closer look at the state of the art of polydiacetylene, and metal-free phthalocyanine films, in view of the microgravity impact on their optical properties, their nonlinear optical properties and their potential advantages for integrated optics. These materials have many attractive features with regard to their use in integrated optical circuits and optical switching. Thin films of these materials processed in microgravity environment show enhanced optical quality a...
Keywords: EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY; MOISTURE CONTENT; IMMOBILIZATION; HOMEOSTASIS; HEALTH; DEPLETION; BODY TEMPERATURE; AEROSPACE MEDICINE; WATER BALANCE; ELECTROLYTES; BODY FLUIDS; PHYSICAL EXERCISE; WEIGHTLESSNESS SIMULATION; OXYGEN; ORGANISMS; NORMAL DENSITY FUNCTIONS
|Low cost management of replicated data in fault-tolerant distributed systems - Joseph, Thomas A.|
Many distributed systems replicate data for fault tolerance or availability. In such systems, a logical update on a data item results in a physical update on a number of copies. The synchronization and communication required to keep the copies of replicated data consistent introduce a delay when operations are performed. A technique is described that relaxes the usual degree of synchronization, permitting replicated data items to be updated concurrently with other operations, while at the same t...
Keywords: CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM; BODY FLUIDS; DECONDITIONING; MONKEYS; RENAL FUNCTION; WEIGHTLESSNESS; ELECTROLYTE METABOLISM; HEMODYNAMIC RESPONSES; HOMEOSTASIS; MICROGRAVITY; PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES; SPACE FLIGHT STRESS; AEROSPACE MEDICINE; BLOOD PLASMA
|An Analysis and Procedure for Determining Space Environmental Sink Temperatures With Selected Computational Results - Juhasz, Albert J|
The purpose of this report was to analyze the heat-transfer problem posed by the determination of spacecraft temperatures and to incorporate the theoretically derived relationships in the computational code TSCALC. The basis for the code was a theoretical analysis of the thermal radiative equilibrium in space, particularly in the Solar System. Beginning with the solar luminosity, the code takes into account these key variables: (1) the spacecraft-to-Sun distance expressed in astronomical units (...
Keywords: BODY FLUIDS; WATER; DATA ACQUISITION; IMPEDANCE; FREQUENCY RANGES; RESISTORS; ELECTRIC CURRENT; BIOELECTRICITY; SPECTROSCOPY; HUMAN BODY; MEDICAL EQUIPMENT; FUNCTIONAL DESIGN SPECIFICATIONS; SYSTEMS ENGINEERING; PATENTS; CIRCUITS
|Interactive application of quadratic expansion of chi-square statistic to nonlinear curve fitting - Badavi, F. F.|
This report contains a detailed theoretical description of an all-purpose, interactive curve-fitting routine that is based on P. R. Bevington's description of the quadratic expansion of the Chi-Square statistic. The method is implemented in the associated interactive, graphics-based computer program. Taylor's expansion of Chi-Square is first introduced, and justifications for retaining only the first term are presented...
Keywords: AEROSPACE MEDICINE; CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM; CYTOLOGY; ENDOCRINOLOGY; ENZYMOLOGY; GASTROINTESTINAL SYSTEM; GENETICS; HEMATOLOGY; MATHEMATICAL MODELS; METABOLISM; NEUROPHYSIOLOGY; EXOBIOLOGY; PERCEPTION; PILOT TRAINING; FLIGHT SIMULATION; LIFE SCIENCES; PSYCHOLOGY; U.S.S.R. SPACE PROGRAM; WEIGHTLESSNESS; BODY FLUIDS; BOTANY
|PRESAMPLING FACTORS (Volume 91) - Iyengar, G.V.|
Journal of Research of the National Bureau of Standards
Keywords: biological systems; biological variations; biomedical; human tissues and body fluids; internal contamination; intrinsic errors; precision and accuracy; presampling factors; post mortem changes; reference values; sampling; trace element analysis; valid samples
|Physiological Response of Plants Grown on Porous Ceramic Tubes - Tsao, David|
This research involves the manipulation of the root-zone water potential for the purposes of discriminating the rate limiting step in the inorganic nutrient uptake mechanism utilized by higher plants. This reaction sequence includes the pathways controlled by the root-zone conditions such as water tension and gradient concentrations. Furthermore, plant based control mechanisms dictated by various protein productions are differentiated as well...
Keywords: BED REST; BLOOD PRESSURE; DECONDITIONING; DIURETICS; FLUID PRESSURE; HORMONE METABOLISMS; HYPERVOLEMIA; TISSUES (BIOLOGY); THORAX; INTERSTITIALS; MUSCLES; BODY FLUIDS; HEAD (ANATOMY); ELECTROLYTES; WATER IMMERSION; DIURESIS; PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES; BLOOD PLASMA; ALDOSTERONE; ANTIDIURETICS
|Structural Integrity and Durability of Reusable Space Propulsion Systems - NON|
A two-day conference on the structural integrity and durability of reusable space propulsion systems was held on May 12 and 13, 1987, at the NASA Lewis research Center. Aerothermodynamic loads; instrumentation; fatigue, fracture, and constitutive modeling; and structural dynamics were discussed.
Keywords: AEROSPACE MEDICINE; CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM; ENDOCRINOLOGY; ENZYMOLOGY; GENETICS; HEMATOLOGY; IMMUNOLOGY; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; MICROBIOLOGY; RADIOBIOLOGY; RHYTHM (BIOLOGY); EXOBIOLOGY; FLIGHT SIMULATION; LIFE SCIENCES; SPACE FLIGHT; U.S.S.R. SPACE PROGRAM; BIOSPHERE; BODY FLUIDS; BOTANY
|NASA Connect - Functions and Statistics - International Space Station - Up To Us - NASA LaRC Office of Education|
NASA Connect Video containing six segments as described below. NASA Connect segment exploring the International Space Station. The video explains the basic facts and statistics about the ISS. NASA Connect segment involving students in an activity that explores the International Space Station. The activity designs an alternative space station and students create a model of that design. NASA Connect segment involving students in a web activity that explores the technology of the International Spac...
Keywords: NASA Connect; International Space Station; ISS; Solar Arrays; Space Stay; Atlantis; Destiny Laboratory; Research; ISS Components; Student Activity; Budget; Thermal Radiators; Photovoltaic Arrays; Docking Port; Habitation; Lab Modules; Truss Segments; Core Module; Attitude Control Thrusters; Robotic Arm; Mass; Experiment; Web Activity; Computer Simulation; Orbital Mechanics; Technology; Motion; Acceleration; Force; Planets; Moon; Gravity; Steady Motion; Orbital Radius; Speed; Time; Space; Bone Loss; Microgravity; Zero-G; Research Environment; Body Fluids; Blood Stream; One-G; Means; Median; Standard Deviation; Space Shuttle; Orbit; Russian Space Agency; European Space Agency; Japanese Space Agency; Canadian Space Agency; Zarya; Unity; Bridge Module; Service Module; Online; 3-D; Virtual